Posted by | September 24, 2012 19:18 | Filed under: Top Stories

Congressman Todd Akin, struggling in his race for U.S. Senate from Missouri against incumbent Claire McKaskill, didn’t help himself when a constituent asked the best way to get in touch with him, and if a letter would do:

“I’m in a three-way primary for the US Senate. I’ve gone to people and asked for their support, their help, or their endorsement, and some people say yes. They write me a decent check. I remember that. The people that I thought were friends that tell me to go away because they are supporting someone else, I remember that. You know, I can remember back to 12 years ago. You remember who’s helping you. That’s one way that people get to know congressmen and senators.”

It gets good at 1:15 in:

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.